|Current status||Active |
|Type of facility||Conventional Hydro|
|Mode of hydropower generation||Run-of-river|
|Type of permit||FERC License|
|FERC docket #||P-13124|
|FERC project name||Allison Creek|
Ownership and operation
|Owner||Copper Valley Electric Association, Inc.|
|Year first online (conventional hydro)||2016|
|Transmission or distribution system owner||Copper Valley Elec Assn, Inc|
Power and generating capacity
|Number of units||1|
|Total capacity from hydraulic turbine-generator units within each plant||6.5 mW|
|Average annual net hydropower generation||14,556.0 mWH|
FERC issued a license for this project to Cooper Valley Electric Association in August 2013.
The Allison Creek Project would consist of following new facilities:
- a 16-foot-high, 95-foot-wide concrete gravity diversion structure spanning Allison Creek with a 50-foot-wide spillway section;
- a screen intake;
- a 42-inch-diameter, 500-foot-long buried and 7,200-foot-long surface steel penstock;
- a 65 foot x 65 foot powerhouse with one 6.5-megawatt turbine/generating unit;
- a permanent 550-foot-long access road to the powerhouse;
- a 3.8-mile-long, 34.5-kilovolt transmission line connecting to the Copper Valley switching station near the Petro Star facility along Dayville Road; and
- appurtenant facilities.
After the construction of the dam, the project would be operate in a run-of-river mode. The average annual generation is estimated to be 23.3 gigawatt-hours.
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